A New Concept in
Companion Animal Care

 How We're "Holistic"  
 The Bed & Biscuit
 The Day Camp

 Reservation Request
 
Directions & Address  
 Baths & ExtraSpecial Stuff
 
About Pawsitive Energy
 Comments From Our Clients
 A Job Good for Your Heart

 Home
snips@Pawsitive Energy
The Holistic No-Kill Rescue & Sanctuary

 About Our Non-Profit Rescue
 The "snips" Website
 Adoptions & Volunteering

"Boho Bow Wow"
 Pit Bulls For Peace
"The Faces of snips"
 The Kroger Rewards Program
 
 
Thoughts on Humane Living

937/243-5226
614/774-3472
Marysville, Ohio

wewoof@pawsitiveenergy.com

Click Here to Make
a Tax Deductible Donation
to snips



in association with snips
natural care & positive activism

*

Holistic Health Presentations
Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians
Midwest Veterinary Conference
Studies, Seminars & Training
2007 Natural Horse-Man-Ship Seminar
Pat & Linda Parelli
OVMA Midwest Veterinary Conference
2006 ~ Lectures on Canine Behavior
2007 ~ Homeopathy & Natural Nutrition with Dr. Richard Pitcairn
2008 - 2009 ~ Lectures on behavior, genetics, shelter medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy, ethics in veterinary medicine
Pet Natural HealthTeleSeminar
Dr Andrew Jones
Healing Touch for Animals
Komitor Healing Method
Carol Komitor
Canine Massage I & II
Integrated Touch Therapy
Patricia Whalen-Shaw
Canine Acupressure
Tallgrass Animal Energy Work
Amy Snow
Bach Flower Remedies
The College of Natural Health Sciences
Natural Therapies for Dogs,
Cats & Horses

Stotts Correspondence College
Reiki I
Fusion Advancement Center
Rebecca Burns
Reiki II
Curandra's Realm
Fanny Santiago-Saaverda
Holistic Animal Care Lifestyle
Lisa Newman, N.D., Ph.D.
Azmira Natural Animal Foods
Animal First Aid
Shearer Pet Hospital
Homeopathy for Animals Seminar
Arthur Young, DVM, CHO
Animal Communication
Patty Summers
No More Homeless Pets Coalition
2002 Conference


We Donate to and Volunteer
& Foster for Several
Groups, Including:

Franklin County Animal Shelter
Logan County Animal Shelter
Ohio German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue

DogSOS
Columbus Dog Connection
The Union County Humane Society
PapHaven
All Tails Rescue
BRAT
Colony Cats
Central Ohio Sheltie Rescue
There's No Place Like Home
Pet FBI
Mercy for Animals
Voices for Animals
Hardin County Dog Shelter

Memberships

International Alliance for
Animal Therapy and Healing


The Humane Society
of the United States


American Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


Physicians Committee for
Responsible Medicine


Director and Founder of snips
The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project and Sanctuary


About


Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea. ~~Robert A. Heinlein

    I am happy to offer a lifetime's worth of dedication, experience,
and
knowledge to the animals of this area through Pawsitive Energy.
My life with animals has included everything from
rescue
to showing to animal assisted therapy
to living with a menagerie of 60 dogs, 13 cats, 6 birds, and two horses.
(More about that below.)

They have taught me so much,
and I can't imagine a life without my "kids."

    So I know how hard it can be to go away and trust your
"babies" to someone else. I'm famous for leaving at least six pages
of instructions whenever I go anywhere, so you can be sure
that I understand how important
even the smallest details can be.

Is this page too hard to read? Click here.

    Routine is important to your companion animal. Whether it's a pill at 6:30 or a twice around the block walk, I will follow your instructions to the letter. It's important to me that you have complete peace of mind while you're gone. When ever your companion animal stays with us, he or she will get the very best of care, and you will come home to a happy, healthy, well-cared-for friend.

Call Pawsitive Energy
So You Won't be the Only One Who's Having a Good Time!

  At Pawsitive Energy,we understand the importance and depth of the human/animal bond, and we do our best to help you improve your connection with your animal companion.

My Background
    My life has always revolved around animals. Beginning with the family dog, my earliest memories are of our companion animals . When my parents gave in to the nightly "Now I lay me down to sleep... Please God, I'd really like a pony," little did they know what they were getting themselves into.
 Within a few years, I was actively involved in training and showing Appaloosas, dragging my family around five states. Some of our big show wins were right here in Columbus.


    Following a move to Virginia in the early 80's, I switched to showing dogs, breeding one litter of Whippet puppies and showing them in bred by owner classes. (Four of those five puppies stayed in the family and lived out long, happy lives as couch potatoes after their show dog days were over.) Of the many highlights of those years, attending the Westminster Kennel Club Show is the experience that was probably the most exciting and unforgettable.


    Next came animal-assisted therapy with my Australian Shepherd, Sesame. Ses earned her Canine Good Citizen Certificate and Therapy Dog designation, and we made weekly visits to residents in local nursing homes.

    I have since become active in the animal rights movement, starting a rescue, greyhound adoption program, and spay/neuter service. The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project & Sanctuary, or "snips" for short, is dedicated to providing education and encouraging a holistic approach to the animal/human relationship. Through the snips sanctuary I have cared for many dogs and cats, and they in turn have taught me so much. Dealing with so many different animals and the inevitable assortment of health and behavior issues, I've dealt with everything from mange to dominance to cancer.

    As my involvement with rescue grew, I wasn't able to support snips on my regular salary, so in the summer of 1999, I began companion animal sitting. Seeing people who really loved and respected their animal companions provided the much needed and appreciated contrast to what I'd been seeing in the shelters, as well as even more animal related experience.

   Through my extended animal family, I have learned many lessons in love, patience, and loyalty, and each and every animal I've cared for holds a special place in my heart.

    When I left Virginia in late 2001 to start all over again in Ohio, one of the hardest things was saying goodbye to all my "other" kids, those who'd been adopted and those I'd cared for. But, since the chance to marry the man of your dreams doesn't come around all that often (even though in my case it was dependent upon packing up twelve dogs, eleven cats and one very large bird and trekking eight hours across three states), it seemed like the right thing to do.

 


More about Cooper and I...
"For Women Over 40 Succumbing to the Desire
to Start Riding Again"

    I have continued with the rescue program and the web page, which now focuses on education about topics ranging from nutrition to the latest in animal related legislation.

   I now have the opportunity to turn my passion for animals and natural health care into a full time pursuit. Through Pawsitive Energy, I am able to share what I have learned about keeping companion animals happy and healthy through natural therapies and home care. To further Pawsitive Energy, I am currently studying animal acupressure, homeopathy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, communication, nutrition, and other natural health disciplines. So if you're looking for animal care that's "outside the litterbox," contact me at Pawsitive Energy to schedule an appointment.

Lori Stewart Price

 



Marysville, Ohio
937/243-5226 ~ 614/774-3472
wewoof@pawsitiveenergy.com

 

When I am Old...
I shall wear diamonds
And a wide brimmed straw hat
With silver and leather on it
and I shall spend my social security
On white wine and carrots
And sit in the alley of my barn
And listen to my horses breathe.

I will sneak out
in the middle of a summer's night
And ride the chestnut mare
Across the moonstruck meadow.
If my old bones will allow.

When people come to call I will smile and nod
As I walk them past the gardens to the barn
And show, instead, the beauty growing there
In stalls fresh-lined with straw.

I will shovel and sweat and
Wear hay in my hair as if it
were a jewel.
And I will be an embarrassment to all
Who look down on me.
They've not yet found the peace
in being free
To love a horse as a friend,
A friend who waits at midnight hour
With nuzzle and nicker and
patient eyes
For the kind of woman I will be
When I am Old.


Author Unknown

 

 

 

A New Concept in
Companion Animal Care

 How We're "Holistic"  
 The Bed & Biscuit
 The Day Camp

 Reservation Request
 
Directions & Address  
 Baths & ExtraSpecial Stuff
 
About Pawsitive Energy
 Comments From Our Clients
 A Job Good for Your Heart

 Home
snips@Pawsitive Energy
The Holistic No-Kill Rescue & Sanctuary

 About Our Non-Profit Rescue
 The "snips" Website
 Adoptions & Volunteering

 The "Boho Bow Wow"
 Pit Bulls For Peace
"The Faces of snips"
 The Kroger Rewards Program
 
 
Thoughts on Humane Living


The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project & Sanctuary*

614/774-3472
Marysville, Ohio

wewoof@pawsitiveenergy.com


Click Here to Make
a Tax Deductible Donation
to snips



in association with snips
natural care & positive activism

*

Holistic Health Presentations
Ohio Association of Veterinary Technicians
Midwest Veterinary Conference
Studies, Seminars & Training
2007 Natural Horse-Man-Ship Seminar
Pat & Linda Parelli
OVMA Midwest Veterinary Conference
2006 ~ Lectures on Canine Behavior
2007 ~ Homeopathy & Natural Nutrition with Dr. Richard Pitcairn
2008 - 2009 ~ Lectures on behavior, genetics, shelter medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy, ethics in veterinary medicine
Pet Natural HealthTeleSeminar
Dr Andrew Jones
Healing Touch for Animals
Komitor Healing Method
Carol Komitor
Canine Massage I & II
Integrated Touch Therapy
Patricia Whalen-Shaw
Canine Acupressure
Tallgrass Animal Energy Work
Amy Snow
Bach Flower Remedies
The College of Natural Health Sciences
Natural Therapies for Dogs,
Cats & Horses

Stotts Correspondence College
Reiki I
Fusion Advancement Center
Rebecca Burns
Reiki II
Curandra's Realm
Fanny Santiago-Saaverda
Holistic Animal Care Lifestyle
Lisa Newman, N.D., Ph.D.
Azmira Natural Animal Foods
Animal First Aid
Shearer Pet Hospital
Homeopathy for Animals Seminar
Arthur Young, DVM, CHO
Animal Communication
Patty Summers
No More Homeless Pets Coalition
2002 Conference


We Donate to and Volunteer
& Foster for Several
Groups, Including:

Franklin County Animal Shelter
Logan County Animal Shelter
Ohio German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue

DogSOS
Columbus Dog Connection
The Union County Humane Society
PapHaven
All Tails Rescue
BRAT
Colony Cats
Central Ohio Sheltie Rescue
There's No Place Like Home
Pet FBI
Mercy for Animals
Voices for Animals
Hardin County Dog Shelter

Memberships

International Alliance for
Animal Therapy and Healing


The Humane Society
of the United States


American Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals


Physicians Committee for
Responsible Medicine


Director and Founder of snips
The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project
and Sanctuary


About


Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea. ~~Robert A. Heinlein

    I am happy to offer a lifetime's worth of dedication, experience, and knowledge to the animals of this area through Pawsitive Energy.
My life with animals has included everything from rescue to showing to animal assisted therapy to living with a menagerie of 60 dogs, 13 cats, 6 birds, and 2 horses. (More about that below.) They have taught me so much, and I can't imagine a life without my "kids."

    So I know how hard it can be to go away and trust your "babies" to someone else. I'm famous for leaving at least six pages of instructions whenever I go anywhere, so you can be sure that I understand how important even the smallest details can be.

    Routine is important to your companion animal. Whether it's a pill at 6:30 or a walk at noon, I will follow your instructions to the letter. It's important to me that you have complete peace of mind while you're gone. Whether your companion animal stays at home or with us, he or she will get the very best of care,and you will come home to a happy, healthy, well-cared-for friend.

Call Pawsitive Energy
so You Won't be the Only One Who's Having a Good Time!

     At Pawsitive Energy,we understand the importance and depth of the human/animal bond, and we do our best to help you improve your connection with your animal companion.

Call Pawsitive Energy About Natural Wellness Care to Keep Your Animal Companion in the Very Best of Health!

My Background
    My life has always revolved around animals. Beginning with the family dog, my earliest memories are of our companion animals . When my parents gave in to the nightly "Now I lay me down to sleep... Please God, I'd really like a pony," little did they know what they were getting themselves into.
 Within a few years, I was actively involved in training and showing Appaloosas, dragging my family around five states. Some of our big show wins were right here in Columbus.


    Following a move to Virginia in the early 80's, I switched to showing dogs, breeding one litter of Whippet puppies and showing them in bred by owner classes. (Four of those five puppies stayed in the family and lived out long, happy lives as couch potatoes after their show dog days were over.) Of the many highlights of those years, attending the Westminster Kennel Club Show is the experience that was probably the most exciting and unforgettable.


    Next came animal-assisted therapy with my Australian Shepherd, Sesame. Ses earned her Canine Good Citizen Certificate and Therapy Dog designation, and we made weekly visits to residents in local nursing homes.

    I have since become active in the animal rights movement, starting a rescue, greyhound adoption program, and spay/neuter service. The Spay/Neuter Incentive Project & Sanctuary, or "snips" for short, is dedicated to providing education and encouraging a holistic approach to the animal/human relationship. Through the snips sanctuary I have cared for many dogs and cats, and they in turn have taught me so much. Dealing with so many different animals and the inevitable assortment of health and behavior issues, I've dealt with everything from mange to dominance to cancer.

    As my involvement with rescue grew, I wasn't able to support snips on my regular salary, so in the summer of 1999, I began companion animal sitting. Seeing people who really loved and respected their animal companions provided the much needed and appreciated contrast to what I'd been seeing in the shelters, as well as even more animal related experience.

   Through my extended animal family, I have learned many lessons in love, patience, and loyalty, and each and every animal I've cared for holds a special place in my heart.

    When I left Virginia in late 2001 to start all over again in Ohio, one of the hardest things was saying goodbye to all my "other" kids, those who'd been adopted and those I'd cared for. But, since the chance to marry the man of your dreams doesn't come around all that often (even though in my case it was dependent upon packing up twelve dogs, eleven cats and one very large bird and trekking eight hours across three states), it seemed like the right thing to do.

 


More about Cooper and I...
"For Women Over 40 Succumbing to the Desire
to Start Riding Again"

    I have continued with the rescue program and the web page, which now focuses on education about topics ranging from nutrition to the latest in animal related legislation.

   I now have the opportunity to turn my passion for animals and natural health care into a full time pursuit. Through Pawsitive Energy, I am able to share what I have learned about keeping companion animals happy and healthy through natural therapies and home care. To further Pawsitive Energy, I am currently studying animal acupressure, homeopathy, Emotional Freedom Techniques, communication, nutrition, and other natural health disciplines. So if you're looking for animal care that's "outside the litterbox," contact me at Pawsitive Energy to schedule an appointment.

Lori Stewart Price

 





Marysville, Ohio
937/243-5226 ~ 614/774-3472
wewoof@pawsitiveenergy.com